Immersive Engineering: Bit-by-Bit - HV & Thermoelectric Generator - Minecraft 1.10.2/1.11.2

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Welcome to another modded Minecraft series showing you all about the mod Immersive Engineering (for Minecraft 1.10 but may also apply to other versions)! Vallen shows you the Thermoelectric Generator and introduces HV power! Immersive Engineering: /> You may also like some other Minecraft series: Witchery: />Roots: />Intangible: />Thaumcraft 4: />Thaumcraft 5: />Random Things: />Tinkers' Construct: />OpenBlocks: />Botania: /> Minecraft (1.10.2) mod Immersive Engineering (version 0.10-42) owned by BluSunrise and art by Damien Hazard. Please leave a LIKE if you enjoyed this video, COMMENT if you have a suggestion or just want to say something to us, SHARE with others you think may enjoy this, or SUBSCRIBE if you want to see more of the Mischief of Mice content! It all helps the channel and it's greatly appreciated! More Mischief of Mice: Patreon: />Discord chat invite: />YouTube: />Reddit forums: />Google+: />Facebook: />Twitter: /> Outro Song: "Alternate" from the YouTube Music Library

Allen L
Isn't uranium just hotter than lava? When paired up with ice/water, it gives more than lava because it's hotter, meaning a bigger temperature difference, and when paired up with lava, it generates energy because it's hotter, but not as much because it's not that much hotter.
Does the Thermoelectric Generator works with Pyrotheum and Cryotheum from Thermal Expansion?Edit: I just googled it, it does work, it produces 31RF/t
Kit Miller
I have set up three of these generators feeding into capacitors, one is running fine at 30 IF but the other 2 are only giving out 1-3 IF. I have tried moving them, reconnecting them and giving them their own water/lava source. Any suggestions??
At first I though "Oh great, another mod I have to learn just to get creosote and steel for RC," but this mod actually looks really fun.
World Theory
I think it would be cool (pun intended) if we could make a heat sink to use optionally, instead of water. I think aluminium, copper, or silver would work quite well. I remember that silver conducts electricity better than copper (which is saying something), but I can't remember for sure, if it's also better for thermal conductivity. I used to think that gold was the best conductor, but I was mistaken. Gold isn't even as good as copper. Gold has the advantage of being very unreactive to other chemicals, so it won't rust, so it's still used to cover electrical contacts that are exposed to air. Don't spill mercury on it though. Copper oxide still conducts electricity, just not as well, and it tends to crumble a lot. Aluminium is the least good conductor of heat and electricity, but it's really cheap nowadays, and increasing the width of a wire will decrease its resistance, anyway. It's used for cheaper wiring, and a lot of CPU heat sinks, even though copper would work better. (Copper is pretty expensive.)
what is the better power generation in immersive engineering ?
Nigel Farage
Wouldn't fission be cool in this mod plutonium would be good for thermal power too
Axe Meagain
The list says you have 9 videos for IE but videos 8 and 9 show as private... so cant view them
Ep1c_ gamer
Thanks this really helped me 😀
I think I'll look at making IE a priority on the next server.
Those thermoelectric generators don't seem worth the effort when one water wheel can get you 30 RF/t if set up properly. Easier to hide, sure, but way more resource intensive for the same or (usually) less output.
The Red Gamer
Has this changed? I coulda sworn that Kinetic energy was vastly inferior to Thermo energy, when last I checked. Something along the lines of needing 6 maxed watermills to reach the power generation of a single thermoelectric generator.
Draco Nogard
what about thermal expansion fluids? like gelid cryothium x blazing pryothium
World Theory
The thermal electric generators sound just like sterling engines from real life. There are designs for high temperature differences, which work better for things like concentrated sun light which would set fire to wood, and low temperature difference designs which work better for things like coffee mugs, the heat of your palm, and waste heat from other machinery. If you use lava, though… It better have a significant buffer zone, or you'll just explode your engine, then melt down what's left.
Wassim Dandachi
White lapin
so would the thermoelectric generator work with gelidcryotheum and blazing pyrotheum?